Source code for obspy.clients.fdsn.routing.routing_client

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
Base class for all FDSN routers.

    The ObsPy Development Team (
    Celso G Reyes, 2017
    GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 3
from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function,
from future.builtins import *  # NOQA

from multiprocessing.dummy import Pool as ThreadPool

import decorator
import io
import sys
import traceback
import warnings

from obspy.core.compatibility import (urlparse, string_types,
import obspy

from ...base import HTTPClient
from .. import client
from ..client import raise_on_error
from ..header import FDSNException, URL_MAPPINGS, FDSNNoDataException

[docs]def RoutingClient(routing_type, *args, **kwargs): # NOQA """ Helper function to get the correct routing instance. :type routing_type: str :param routing_type: The type of router to initialize. ``"iris-federator"`` or ``"eida-routing"``. Will consequently return either a :class:`~.federator_routing_client.FederatorRoutingClient` or a :class:`~.eidaws_routing_client.EIDAWSRoutingClient` object, respectively. Remaining ``args`` and ``kwargs`` will be passed to the underlying classes. For example, credentials can be supported for all underlying data centers. See :meth:`BaseRoutingClient <BaseRoutingClient.__init__>` for details. >>> from obspy.clients.fdsn import RoutingClient Get an instance of a routing client using the IRIS Federator: >>> c = RoutingClient("iris-federator") >>> print(type(c)) # doctest: +ELLIPSIS <class '...routing.federator_routing_client.FederatorRoutingClient'> Or get an instance of a routing client using the EIDAWS routing web service: >>> c = RoutingClient("eida-routing") >>> print(type(c)) # doctest: +ELLIPSIS <class '...routing.eidaws_routing_client.EIDAWSRoutingClient'> """ if routing_type.lower() == "eida-routing": from .eidaws_routing_client import EIDAWSRoutingClient return EIDAWSRoutingClient(*args, **kwargs) if routing_type.lower() == "iris-federator": from .federator_routing_client import FederatorRoutingClient return FederatorRoutingClient(*args, **kwargs) else: raise NotImplementedError( "Routing type '%s' is not implemented. Available types: " "`iris-federator`, `eida-routing`" % routing_type)
[docs]def _assert_filename_not_in_kwargs(f, *args, **kwargs): if "filename" in kwargs: raise ValueError("The `filename` argument is not supported") return f(*args, **kwargs)
[docs]def _assert_attach_response_not_in_kwargs(f, *args, **kwargs): if "attach_response" in kwargs: raise ValueError("The `attach_response` argument is not supported") return f(*args, **kwargs)
[docs]def _try_download_bulk(r): try: return _download_bulk(r) except Exception: reason = "".join(traceback.format_exception(*sys.exc_info())) warnings.warn( "Failed to download data of type '%s' from '%s' due to: \n%s" % ( r["data_type"], r["endpoint"], reason)) return None
[docs]def _download_bulk(r): # Figure out the passed credentials, if any. Two possibilities: # (1) User and password, given explicitly for the base URLs (or an # explicity given `eida_token` key per URL). # (2) A global EIDA_TOKEN key. It will be used for all services that # don't have explicit credentials and also support the `/auth` route. credentials = r["credentials"].get(urlparse(r["endpoint"]).netloc, {}) try: c = client.Client(r["endpoint"], debug=r["debug"], timeout=r["timeout"], **credentials) # This should rarely happen but better safe than sorry. except FDSNException as e: # pragma: no cover msg = e.args[0] msg += "It will not be used for routing. Try again later?" warnings.warn(msg) return None if not credentials and "EIDA_TOKEN" in r["credentials"] and \ c._has_eida_auth: c.set_eida_token(r["credentials"]["EIDA_TOKEN"]) if r["data_type"] == "waveform": fct = c.get_waveforms_bulk service =["dataselect"] elif r["data_type"] == "station": fct = c.get_stations_bulk service =["station"] # Keep only kwargs that are supported by this particular service. kwargs = {k: v for k, v in r["kwargs"].items() if k in service} bulk_str = "" for key, value in kwargs.items(): bulk_str += "%s=%s\n" % (key, str(value)) try: return fct(bulk_str + r["bulk_str"]) except FDSNException: return None
[docs]def _strip_protocol(url): url = urlparse(url) return url.netloc + url.path # Does not inherit from the FDSN client as that would be fairly hacky as # some methods just make no sense for the routing client to have (e.g. # get_events() but also others).
[docs]class BaseRoutingClient(HTTPClient):
[docs] def __init__(self, debug=False, timeout=120, include_providers=None, exclude_providers=None, credentials=None): """ :type routing_type: str :param routing_type: The type of router to initialize. For details see :func:`RoutingClient`. :type exclude_providers: str or list of str :param exclude_providers: Get no data from these providers. Can be the full HTTP address or one of the shortcuts ObsPy knows about. :type include_providers: str or list of str :param include_providers: Get data only from these providers. Can be the full HTTP address of one of the shortcuts ObsPy knows about. :type credentials: dict :param credentials: Credentials for the individual data centers as a dictionary that maps base url of FDSN web service to either username/password or EIDA token, e.g. ``credentials={ '': {'eida_token': 'my_token_file.txt'}, '': {'user': 'me', 'password': 'my_pass'} 'EIDA_TOKEN': '/path/to/token.txt' }`` The root level ``'EIDA_TOKEN'`` will be applied to all data centers that claim to support the ``/auth`` route and don't have data center specific credentials. You can also use a URL mapping as for the normal FDSN client instead of the URL. """ HTTPClient.__init__(self, debug=debug, timeout=timeout) self.include_providers = include_providers self.exclude_providers = exclude_providers # Parse credentials. self.credentials = {} for key, value in (credentials or {}).items(): if key == "EIDA_TOKEN": self.credentials[key] = value # Map, if necessary. if key in URL_MAPPINGS: key = URL_MAPPINGS[key] # Make sure urlparse works correctly. if not key.startswith("http"): key = "http://" + key # Only use the location. self.credentials[urlparse(key).netloc] = value
@property def include_providers(self): return self.__include_providers @include_providers.setter def include_providers(self, value): self.__include_providers = self._expand_providers(value) @property def exclude_providers(self): return self.__exclude_providers @exclude_providers.setter def exclude_providers(self, value): self.__exclude_providers = self._expand_providers(value)
[docs] def _expand_providers(self, providers): if providers is None: providers = [] elif isinstance(providers, string_types): providers = [providers] return [_strip_protocol(URL_MAPPINGS[_i]) if _i in URL_MAPPINGS else _strip_protocol(_i) for _i in providers]
[docs] def _filter_requests(self, split): """ Filter requests based on including and excluding providers. :type split: dict :param split: A dictionary containing the desired routing. """ key_map = {_strip_protocol(url): url for url in split.keys()} # Apply both filters. f_keys = set(key_map.keys()) if self.include_providers: f_keys = f_keys.intersection(set(self.include_providers)) f_keys = f_keys.difference(set(self.exclude_providers)) return {key_map[k]: split[key_map[k]] for k in f_keys}
[docs] def _download_waveforms(self, split, **kwargs): return self._download_parallel(split, data_type="waveform", **kwargs)
[docs] def _download_stations(self, split, **kwargs): return self._download_parallel(split, data_type="station", **kwargs)
[docs] def _download_parallel(self, split, data_type, **kwargs): # Apply the provider filter. split = self._filter_requests(split) if not split: raise FDSNNoDataException( "Nothing remains to download after the provider " "inclusion/exclusion filters have been applied.") if data_type not in ["waveform", "station"]: # pragma: no cover raise ValueError("Invalid data type.") # One thread per data center. dl_requests = [] for k, v in split.items(): dl_requests.append({ "debug": self._debug, "timeout": self._timeout, "endpoint": k, "bulk_str": v, "data_type": data_type, "kwargs": kwargs, "credentials": self.credentials}) pool = ThreadPool(processes=len(dl_requests)) results =, dl_requests) # Merge all results into a single object. if data_type == "waveform": collection = obspy.Stream() elif data_type == "station": collection = obspy.Inventory( networks=[], source="ObsPy FDSN Routing %s" % obspy.__version__) else: # pragma: no cover raise ValueError for _i in results: if not _i: continue collection += _i return collection
[docs] def _handle_requests_http_error(self, r): """ This assumes the same error code semantics as the base fdsnws web services. Please overwrite this method in a child class if necessary. """ reason = get_reason_from_response(r) if hasattr(r, "content"): c = r.content try: c = c.encode() except Exception: pass reason += b" -- " + c with io.BytesIO(reason) as buf: raise_on_error(r.status_code, buf)
@_assert_filename_not_in_kwargs @_assert_attach_response_not_in_kwargs
[docs] def get_waveforms(self, starttime, endtime, **kwargs): """ Get waveforms from multiple data centers. Arguments are the same as in :meth:`obspy.clients.fdsn.client.Client.get_waveforms()`. Any additional ``**kwargs`` are passed on to each individual service's dataselect service if the service supports them (otherwise they are silently ignored for that particular fdsnws endpoint). The ``filename`` and ``attach_response`` parameters of the single provider FDSN client are not supported. This can route on a number of different parameters, depending on the service, please see the web site of each individual routing service for details. """ # This just calls the bulk downloader to only implement the logic once. # Just pass these to the bulk request. bulk = [] for _i in ["network", "station", "location", "channel"]: if _i in kwargs: bulk.append(kwargs[_i]) del kwargs[_i] else: bulk.append("*") bulk.extend([starttime, endtime]) return self.get_waveforms_bulk([bulk], **kwargs)
[docs] def get_service_version(self): """ Return a semantic version number of the remote service as a string. """ r = self._download(self._url + "/version") return r.content.decode() if \ hasattr(r.content, "decode") else r.content
[docs] def get_stations(self, **kwargs): """ Get stations from multiple data centers. It will pass on most parameters to the underlying routed service. They will also be passed on to the individual FDSNWS implementations if a service supports them. The ``filename`` parameter of the single provider FDSN client is not supported. This can route on a number of different parameters, please see the web sites of the `IRIS Federator <>`_ and of the `EIDAWS Routing Service <>`_ for details. """ # Just pass these to the bulk request. bulk = [kwargs.pop(key, '*') for key in ( "network", "station", "location", "channel", "starttime", "endtime")] return self.get_stations_bulk([bulk], **kwargs)
if __name__ == '__main__': # pragma: no cover import doctest doctest.testmod(exclude_empty=True)